An Illinois woman was left in a coma after receiving stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). SRS is a highly complex form of intense radiation therapy that emits high, but concentrated doses of radiation to the brain to combat tiny tumors and other problems. The surgery was performed…
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The Illinois Attorney General, Lisa Madigan, has just issued a warning for all baby crib bumper pads used in cribs, bassinets, and any other sleeping place for infants because of the risk of suffocation or strangulation. Bumper pads are typically found in cribs where they…
US researchers have found that more than any other demographic group, elderly women are more likely to receive catheters when doing so is unnecessary according to the November issue of the American Journal of Infection Control. The study focused on a Michigan hospital over 12…